In this section we list news releases issued in the last three months.
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|29/6/2015||Heatwave on the way
The Met Office has called Level 2 for Heatwave in London and the South East between 12pm Tuesday 30 June and 6am Thursday 2 July.
|26/6/2015||easyjet aircraft noise to reduce
In response to concerns from residents affected by aircraft noise and to reduce the impact of aircraft on local communities, easyjet has decided to fit its Airbus A320 aircraft with a modification to address the high pitched whining noise caused by the Fuel Over Pressure Protector (FOPP) cavities on the aircraft wings.
|24/6/2015||Working together to crack down on flytipping
Tandridge District Council has joined forces with Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and Mole Valley District Council to crack down on flytipping, which cost Tandridge £58,211 last year.
|23/6/2015||Retail and Leisure survey
Tandridge District Council has commissioned Nathanial Lichfield and Partners (NLP) to undertake a Retail and Leisure Study, which will be used to inform the Local Plan.
|23/6/2015||Unauthorised house to house charity collections
Unauthorised house to house charity collections are taking place in the area. Collections are being made by organisations which do not have a current licence to collect, or are exempted, but have not agreed their collection dates with us.
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|23/6/2015||Resurfacing works A22 with junction 6 M25
Surrey County Council will be carrying out essential carriageway reconstruction and resurfacing works on the A22 Junction 6 gyratory roundabout and approaches. The resurfacing works will involve night time road closures and diversions, between the hours of 10pm and 5am from 9 to 15 July, but there will be no weekend work.
|23/6/2015||Only 7% of young bill payers understand energy bill
Young bill payers claim they do not fully understand their energy bill or the terms that describe how much energy they use, according to an Energy Saving Trust public opinion tracker UK:Pulse.
|22/6/2015||Funding for solid wall insulation
Action Surrey’s ‘Streets Ahead’ team are delighted to announce they have just increased their grant funding for solid wall insulation to £5,000. Surrey’s residents who live in properties not suitable for cavity wall insulation can now claim a guaranteed grant of £5,000, compared to the previous £3,500 which was available.
|22/6/2015||Recycling around the home
This year Recycle Week takes place from 22 to 28 June and the theme is recycling around the home. Tandridge District Council wants to help you recycle more of the right things, every time by highlighting all of the other items in the home which can be recycled, but sometimes get overlooked.
|22/6/2015||Join the Surrey Green Network next training in Oxted
Are you interested in green issues? Would you like to be part of an active group in the community, meet like-minded people and develop some new skills?
|17/6/2015||Whyteleafe Parking Survey
Tandridge District Council is looking at land it owns across the district to identify those suitable for potential housing development, subject to planning permission. One of these is the council car park next to 238 Godstone Road, Whyteleafe, which has 23 spaces. Parking is restricted to permit holders.
|17/6/2015||Roads closed for London to Brighton bike ride
The London to Brighton bike ride takes place on Sunday 21 June.
|12/6/2015||Have your say about council services survey
Over 1,800 households have been randomly selected to take part in a survey about Tandridge District Council services.
|12/6/2015||Chairman to attend Vitamin G Garden Party
Councillor Rose Thorn, Chairman of the Council, will be attending the Vitamin G Garden Party on Sunday 21 June at 11am in Queens Park, Caterham.
|12/6/2015||Plan your journey to the Armed Forces Day Event
The countdown continues to the free national celebration in Guildford on Saturday 27 June. To prepare for the big day, please make sure you plan your journey in advance. With 60,000 people expected to visit the town, public transport is the best way to travel.
|11/6/2015||Young artists crowned winners of recycling themed colouring competition
Six creative children from across the district beat off strong competition to prove their colouring skills were the best and win Tandridge District Council’s recent colouring competition.